Kawasaki Motors Pvt. Ltd. (IKM) has launched the MY22 KX450 and the all new
KX250. Both the bikes will be available in only lime green colour and will be
priced at Rs 8,59,000/ and Rs 7,99,000/- (Ex-Showroom) onward, respectively.
The KX450 is built with one simple goal – to
put riders on top step of Podium. The KX450 has a fuel injected 449cc
liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Single with factory racer engine tuning. It has dry
film lubricant coating on the piston skirt, finger follower valve actuation
(valve train designed by Kawasaki’s World Superbike engineers), DLC
(Diamond-like Carbon) coating on finger follower, Highly durable gas
soft-nitriding treatment on the camshafts, Chromium steel valve spring, fine-atomising injectors, Lightweight
flat-bottom aluminium fuel pump, Hydraulic clutch with coned disc spring,
Electric start, Automatic centrifugal decompression system, Launch control
with the rich history expanding over 40 years, the design philosophy for KX has
not changed, propelling to continue its wining legacy in extremely competitive
4-stroke 250cc class.
preserve every second in race and to convert every move into a winning move,
the all new KX250 has been crafted with many technical changes which were not
present in the previous version. To make motorcycle more responsive, more agile
and nimbler without compromising the power, the engineers have put down the
in mind the thoughts of changes are only constant, the all new KX250 comes with
engine changes for more power and higher rev limit, it also receives the new
taste of electric starter and Hydraulic clutch. The New frame contributes for
improved handling enabling quicker lap times, making the all new KX250 to
conquer every track.
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